Bug Fixes in TestComplete 14.72

Applies to TestComplete 14.91, last modified on July 20, 2021

The following bugs reported by our customers have been fixed in TestComplete 14.72.

General

  • Fixed: After a TestComplete update, some tests became unstable because TestComplete couldn't find visible objects first.

  • Fixed: TestComplete could exit unexpectedly during test execution.

  • Fixed: After a TestComplete update, windows and dialogs of the product could be shown in an incorrect way.

  • Fixed: TestComplete could insert a new recorded script to an incorrect place in the existing script test.

  • Fixed: Table checkpoints could fail when validating cells with negative floating-point values though the actual and baseline values looked similar.

  • Fixed: The Object Spy could highlight objects incorrectly.

Desktop testing

  • Fixed: TestComplete could not recognize objects in Java applications.

Web testing

  • Fixed: Firefox could crash during test recording if TestComplete was configured to use XPath expressions and CSS selectors to locate web objects.

  • Fixed: TestComplete could exit unexpectedly when accessing Telerik controls if TestComplete was configured to use XPath expressions and CSS selectors to locate web objects.

  • Fixed: Dropdown controls were not recognized when TestComplete was configured to use XPath expressions and CSS selectors to locate web objects.

  • Fixed: During the test run, Firefox 83 could exit unexpectedly when navigating pages.

  • Fixed: TestComplete could not scroll a web page in Firefox to access a tested object if the object was overlapped by another object.

  • Fixed: The Object Spy could not recognize WPF controls in CEF applications.

Mobile testing

  • Fixed: Some iOS applications instrumented by TestComplete could not be installed or run on iOS devices.

Test Logs

  • Fixed: TestComplete didn't save the test log properly according to the project Save log every … minutes property.

  • Fixed: Sometimes, the Log.SaveResultsAs method didn't export the log to the XML and JUnit-style formats in the correct way.

Name mapping

  • Fixed: TestComplete could map web objects that belong to several web pages as children of a single web page.

  • Fixed: TestComplete could map web objects in the Shadow DOM tree incorrectly if TestComplete was configured to use XPath expressions and CSS selectors to locate web objects.

See Also

What's New in TestComplete 14.91
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